Linalyl acetate

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CAS No. 115-95-7

Odour (decreasing): Sweet, fresh, green-pear, floral-bergamot

Solvent: -none added

Main Synonyms:  3,7-dimethylocta-1,6-dien-3-yl acetate; linalol acetate; linalool acetate

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Description and usage notes:

Versatile top-note, very fresh, clean and slightly herbal. Linalyl acetate is a lighter, and fresher than Linalool, present in a wide range of herbs, flowers and essential oils and forming a significant proportion of Lavender oil, it is used for adding a fresh top-note to a fragrance. It blends easily into almost all compositions adding brightness and lift without altering the character of the blend too much. Very easy to use.

Arctander tells us that: “This ester is very widely used in perfume compositions as a fresh and sweet modifier/ blender, as an additive to compositions rich in Bergamot, Lavender, Lavandin, Petitgrain, etc. and in fruity topnote complexes, etc. With esters of Citronellol and Geraniol it may emphasize the effect of Bergamot oil, or it supports the fresh notes of Citrus oils.” 

One of the most useful of the aroma chemicals and cheap enough that large amounts can be used in applications such as reed diffusers, giving an excellent freshness particularly when used alongside the ethers.


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1 review for Linalyl acetate

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mircea Pop (verified owner)

    Excellent quality sold by Pell Wall.
    If we want to produce high quality room airfresheners
    with a minimum number of components
    you need at least twelve products
    of which linalyl acetate is the more important who gives the freshness.

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